Sorry if this has been answered...I did a quick search, but it didn't come up.
I'm looking at switching my Samsung Infuse over to Net10. I checked the website, and they offer a Net10 sim of the right size in my zip code. I realize that a Net10 phone is slaved to Net10, and you can't take it anywhere else. If I put a Net10 sim card into my Infuse, will it be stuck at Net10, or could I change providers in the future?
There was a time that TF only had the single min phones, they came out with double min phones and then down the road provided the double min cards so people with single min phones could update their service to the double min cards.
TF now has triple min phones and I suspect they will do triple min cards, but have never heard that they have released any and have never seen them in stores.
Has anyone seen triple min cards out?
Telcel's international calling to Mexico mobile-to-mobile is insane plan.
As close as I can figure, it burns through 9 phone "minutes" for every actual clock minute. I gave up trying to work with them to fix it, which is why I went with Net 10 on my LG phone that uses data. It would brak a rich man to run it here on Tracfone (AT&T backbone for TracFone, Verizon for Net10 and Straight Talk Unlimited). There are huge differences on phone minutes for phone and data between Net 10, Tracfone (by name), and Straight Talk - all of which are part of the Tracfone umbrella.
Unlimited plan is best if you have a choice. Unfortunately, with the Android phones, you don't have a choice- they only operate on Unlimited, but they also really choke you back on speed and availability if you use them a lot AND- if my son's phone is any indication, they will constantly try to switch you off their carriers to any nearby open wifi hotspot or signal you run across. Then the phone really slows to a crawl on data.
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I guess what I'm trying to say is you have to find out how all the Tracfone plans work in your area. It has more to do with the area you live in, and the backbone provider for that area. They all treat Tracfone companies (Tracfone, Net10, and Staright Talk) differently, from provider on the SIM, and from plan to plan within the Tracfone family group. Net 10 or Staright Talk Unlimited is really the ONLY way to ge here.
LG420G/TF question...finally installed an IOGear Bluetooth Adapter to make my laptop bluetooth-capable, and just successfully uploaded some ringtones I created last night. Now, I have six games and an Opera browser to upload....and yes, they've been "prepped" (modified .jad files to indicate TF cost is zero). Question is....do I upload both .jad and .jar files to the Games folder for each game?
(I assume the games go to the Games folder and the browser to the Apps folder...please correct me if I'm wrong.)
Thanks in advance...
My family has two of the LG35G LG Optimus Logic phones on the unlimited plans and they work great. I would like to try the unlimited service out on my iphone 4s that is still under contract with AT&T. Is it possible to switch out the sim cards and see how it works on my iphone? Or will it mess up my iphone so it won't work with AT&T when I switch back? I'm thinking since they both are GSM phones working off the AT&T network it might not be a problem. Anyone try this and know for sure?
If it is a sim for a android smart phone you should get talk and text when you put he sim in, you may have to cut the card down to fit the I phone. And data will not be there until you change the apn, none of this should hurt the iPhones ability to work on att again but you will have to change the phones apns back to att when you switch back.
If the sim card is coming from a older att flip or candy bar style phone or a feature phone, I don't know if it will work in a I phone.
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Does unactivated NET10 sim have expiry date?